The Dodgers May Need to Rework That Bench Group

Similar to the pitching staff, we’ve long known the identity of the bench to start the season, save for a tepid battle for the final spot. Matt Treanor will be the backup catcher, Adam Kennedy will see time at three of the four infield positions, Tony Gwynn is your main backup outfielder, and Jerry Hairston will play all over. That last spot is probably going to go to Jerry Sands, but there’s some possibility that he’ll start the year in the minors with Justin Sellers, Josh Fields, or someone else sneaking in the door. (It won’t, we can all agree, be a 13th pitcher.)

We haven’t exactly been thrilled with that prospect so far, because despite Gwynn’s excellent glove and Hairston’s positional flexibility, it’s a bench that offers little in the way of offensive punch – especially if Sands doesn’t make the club. Remember how the game always seemed to find Dioner Navarro in the bottom of the 9th last year? If you thought that was fun, just wait until we’re watching Treanor & Kennedy meekly ending games in big spots.

Lackluster though that may seem, it’s how the roster has been set up, so we haven’t really spent a whole lot of time discussing it, other than whether Sands would really hold on to that final spot. Steve Dilbeck writes today that Sands hasn’t been impressive so far, and while it’s early, it’s true. But whether or not Sands should make the team or not isn’t the most immediate issue; it’s the apparent lack of depth the Dodgers are facing at shortstop.

You see, Hairston made two errors playing shortstop today, as the Dodgers fell to Colorado 6-2. Now, I hardly need to remind you of the usual caveats about how one game – or even one week – in spring training usually doesn’t mean that much, and that’s still true. But with Juan Uribe expected to play third base exclusively, that leaves only Hairston, a soon-to-be 36-year-old who played in exactly one game at shortstop last year, for depth. While Dee Gordon (who made an error of his own today) is expected to play every day, questions about his durability remain, so it’s pretty easy to make the case that Sellers should make the club and Sands should head to ABQ, especially with the possibility that Scott Van Slyke & Alex Castellanos could be shifting around down there, as Christopher Jackson writes today.

Maybe it really is that simple, to keep Sellers & let Sands mash for a while in Triple-A. It probably will be. But that doesn’t mean it should be, because that would create something of a ripple effect. If you keep Sellers, he immediately becomes your top backup at shortstop and a more than capable defender behind Mark Ellis at second. Hairston becomes your primary backup at third base behind Uribe, where he played nearly everyday for Milwaukee last year, is a third option at second base, and can help Gwynn spot for Juan Rivera and Andre Ethier in the corners.

Considering that Rivera can shift to first on the few days that James Loney will get off, your defensive flexibility is pretty much spoken for, and the last spot should really be about offense. Maybe that’s Sands. Maybe that’s Fields, who has been impressive early in camp, and at least has a history of crushing Triple-A pitching aside from the 23 homers he put up for the White Sox in 2007. But really, it makes me wonder yet again, what exactly is Adam Kennedy‘s role here? It’s not for his bat, as I detailed in this ridiculous timeline that I’m all too eager to break out yet again:

Feb. 5, 2010: Coming off a decent 2009 with Oakland, signs a $1.25m guaranteed contract for 2010 with Washington.

2010: Hits just .249/.327/.327 for Washington, one of the worst years of his career.

Nov. 3, 2010: Nationals decline Kennedy’s $2m 2011 option.

Jan. 10, 2011: Mariners sign Kennedy to a minor-league deal with an invite to spring training; he makes the roster when the Mariners decide Dustin Ackley needs more seasoning.

Jan 27, 2011: Arrested in Newport Beach for suspicion of DUI.

2011: Hits .234/.277/.355 for Seattle, a wOBA 25 points lower than his underwhelming 2010.

Nov. 30, 2011: After not being able to find a guaranteed contract in 2011 and having a horrible season… receives a guaranteed deal from the Dodgers.

It’s not for his glove, because as outlined in the scenario above, second and third base would be more than covered without him. I imagine the argument would be “because he’s lefty”, but who cares what side a guy swings from when he can’t hit at all? I’d much rather take my chances with Fields (or Sands, or Trent Oeltjen, or whomever) along with Sellers while simultaneously improving the defensive depth and offensive potential. Now I know that Kennedy has a guaranteed contract, so this scenario is never going to happen. Still, what’s more important – the $850k already wasted on him, or building the best bench you can?

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Ownership update, from Mike Ozanian of Forbes: Alan Casden is out, and Magic Johnson’s group has the current high bid at $1.6b. While that’s the highest bid thus far, it’s not that simple for two reasons. First, Steven Cohen’s bid, while only $1.4b, apparently has the highest percentage of straight cash involved, and the bidders have until Friday to rework their bids and submit final numbers. Expect the numbers to increase; sadly, all of the bids include provisions to lease the parking lots from Frank McCourt.

By the way: I’m not at all convinced this is going to go as smoothly as we hope. From Bill Shaikin’s piece on Casden:

McCourt has told people familiar with the sale process that he might introduce new bidders in the coming week. MLB has completed an expedited investigation of the current bidders and would probably ask the mediator to reject any new bidders at this late date, the people said.

McCourt has the ability to appeal any perceived wrongdoing on MLB’s part to a court-appointed mediator. Since when he has passed up the opportunity to litigate?

Update: Per Shaikin, MLB has also cut the Gold/Disney group and the Barrack/Hindery group. That makes your final four bidders Magic/Kasten, Cohen, Kroenke… and the Heisley/Ressler group, which I suppose we’re going to have to start paying more attention to.

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Big week for Dodger literature, it seems. A few days ago we learned about a new Dodger coffee table book, “Dodgers: From Coast to Coast”, and now Paul Haddad is publishing “A Fan’s History of the Los Angeles Dodgers’ Glory Years (1977-1981)”. The book contains transcripts of classic calls from Vin Scully, Jerry Doggett, and Ross Porter – sounds like it’s worth checking out.

36 comments
Joe
Joe

Cohen looks like he's ahead in the bidding, but MLB clearly wants Magic/Kasten to win. If not for the bankruptcy process, MLB would have used Cohen's divorce and insider-trading allegations against him and simply hand-delivered the team to Magic/Kasten.

badger3
badger3

Small point - Dodgers Glory Years '77-81? Not for me. The Glory Years for me were '59-66. A HOF Manager, 2 HOF pitchers (3 if you count Sutton in '66) a HOF outfielder Duke Snider, Maury Wills, Willie Davis, Wes Parker, Frank Howard, Johnny Roseboro, Gil Hodges, Charlie Neal, Don Zimmer, Johnny Podres, MVP Tommy Davis, and of course the HOF announcer in his prime, Vince Scully. Those were years you knew who your team was every year and those teams were very good. . That's all. Carry on.

NJ-Dodger-fan
NJ-Dodger-fan

$1.6 Billion!!! That's incredible! My biggest ownership fear is that the new owner is less concerned with winning, and more concerned about making money. Hopefully the new owner has some money left over to spend on the team!

cjax33
cjax33

Random thoughts after visiting the team today: the clubhouse is much, much looser this season. I consider this a good thing; spring training is a slog, dragging on and on and driving players up the wall. Everybody was in good spirits (ok, maybe not De Jesus, but he's never upbeat) that I talked to and interacted with. ... Kershaw has dominated the ping pong table just he does the pitching mound. ... All the players I spoke to said there is plenty of competition going on in camp. ... Don Mattingly could try out for a comedy routine at some point. ... Dee Gordon finally got through an entire interview with me without calling me "sir," thus making me feel young again. ... The clubhouse staff feels my "cousin" Tony Jackson needs a haircut. ... Lindblom is oozing confidence, not cockiness, in his battle for the last bullpen spot. ... The "Aussie! Aussie! Aussie!" chants for Oeltjen are still out in force. If only Shane Lindsay had pitched today, those folks would have gone nuts. ... Pedro Gomez was wearing shorts and sneakers below his pricey blazer, tie, and dress shirt that you see on ESPN. I can't blame him, however, it's in the mid-80s here and feels hotter than that in the direct sun. ... I will have some more tidbits up as the week goes on. Good lord it is good to have baseball back.

Bip
Bip

God Mike you just don't know how baseball works. Adam Kennedy is valuable in every way that hasn't been shown to be valuable by any method that has been shown to work. Keep those goalposts moving.

Taylor Maricle
Taylor Maricle

My money is on Fields making the club. As far as the NRI infielders go, he's got the most upside and if healthy could possibly make an impact and i think Mattingly takes that chance since this club is going to need every scrap of production it can get offensively.

James
James

"Expect the numbers to increase; sadly, all of the bids include provisions to lease the parking lots from Frank McCourt." I just don't understand how you could spend this much on the team and not demand the parking lots and area around the stadium too, instead of still remaining stuck with McCourt and paying him $14M every year. It just seems this should be a deal breaker.. which apparently it was for at least one bidder.

Jon#7#22
Jon#7#22

Hairston is a decent signing and is at least a decent bat with a little pop, where as Kennedy is totally useless. In a perfect world where the Gm's and managers looked at quality they would ditch Kennedy in a minute and keeps Sellers and Sands or Fields to at least start the year.

Real Tom
Real Tom

as much as I don't like the Kennedy signing, I can't get mad at Angels fans/announcers saying that Kennedy is a great player. Hell, if Matt Traenor hit 3 HR in an NLCS game, and it eventually led to a World Series win for my team, I would have no problem saying that he's as good as Mike Piazza. I would say it all day every day, without shame. Those moments live longer than a career of crappy stats. So go ahead Angels fans, insist that this guy is a legitimate Major Leaguer. It's bull, but I feel ya. As for the 2012 Dodgers, wow. I thought we couldn't get worse than Navarro and Gwynn pinch hitting in late innings, but this is definitely worse. Let's hope that Rivera is eventually sitting on the bench in those late innings, with Sands already in the game.

davidpom50
davidpom50

McCourt's new bidder is obviously Josh Macciello!

Greg (@greghao)
Greg (@greghao)

Mike, just wanted to post a point of clarification on Cohen and why he's the preferred MLB bidder (despite being $200MM, at this point, behind Magic's group). Per the Forbes article, which was $1.4 billion but included an astounding $900 million of equity What this means is that of Cohen's $1.4B bid, $900MM (64%) will come from Cohen's own pockets while minority ownership or banks or whomever else, will come up with the remaining $500M. Cohen can do this because of all the bidders, he is the one with the most cash. No matter what, Frank McCourt will be getting his money, be it $10 or $2B, in cash; how the various ownership group comes up with that cash, is what MLB cares about (but not Frank McCourt).

Craig Gary Phillips (@craigary)
Craig Gary Phillips (@craigary)

I was more on board with the Hairston signing than the Kennedy signing, because I've liked Hairston and Kennedy seemed redundant (though really not that pricey all told.) Granted, as you mention, one ST game should not drive thinking here, but starting to wonder if maybe signing Hairston was the more pointless one, and Kennedy makes more sense. I wonder if Dodgers wouldn't have been better off with both Sellers and Sands, and no Hairston. Anyway, maybe none of this matters much, and I'd still rather have Hairston's bat on the bench... And I can see argument for Sands getting more AAA and full time playing time... But just in hindsight maybe Kennedy/Sellers/Sands would've been better than Kennedy/Hairston/? . Or Trayvon Rob... oh, sigh.

Joe
Joe

Interesting news, but not sure what it says about the Magic/Kasten group. Guber's net worth is pegged at $400 million, and most of it is apparently tied up in the Golden State Warriors and Mandalay Entertainment. Even if he brings $100 million, Magic is still another $100M behind Cohen (and the details of Kroenke's bid aren't known).

Jon#7#22
Jon#7#22

What's the rationale just PR for MLB? They don't want less debt with Cohen? Why does it look like Cohen is ahead? Not necessarily disagreeing with anything just different than I've seen.

Jon#7#22
Jon#7#22

I get this now that I saw the book described at Dodger Thoughts....for me the glory years were more like 81-88....but that's because I wasn't born until 1976!! That must have been something to see those teams Badger, all-time greats there for sure!

Paul
Paul

From what I've read, the parking lots were just a convenient scapegoat for the Torre group to not have to admit they didn't have enough money. Though you might be referring to a different group.

Jon#7#22
Jon#7#22

I've seen Frank do stranger things so who knows!

Mike
Mike

Right. That's what I meant by "straight cash" above, though I suppose I could have been clearer.

Joe
Joe

I see MLB wanting Magic/Kasten because of PR reasons (first black owner, etc.) and, more importantly, because Kasten is a longtime Selig ally. To me, it looks like Cohen is ahead simply because of the larger cash component. With that much cash, Cohen can quickly increase his offer, even with debt, while it will be much more difficult for Magic to come up with more cash. Right now, it looks like Magic/Kasten would already be in SUBSTANTIAL violation of MLB's debt rules, but the media loves Magic and Kasten and isn't saying anything about it, even though McCourt got into trouble for far less debt and for precisely the same reason. Remember, Cohen is worth more than eight (8) times the COMBINED net worth of Magic, Walter, and Kasten. Despite all the fawning media attention, the Magic/Kasten/Walter group has been one of the only groups in the entire process without a billionaire involved.

Badger
Badger

It was fabulous. I went to the '59 World Series and sat right behind Nat King Cole and right in front of Joe DiMaggio. My uncle was dating a Hearst at the time and these seats fell in his hands. I was in the 8th row right in back of the Dodger on-deck circle. Koufax lost 1-0. There were over 92,000 people at the Coliseum. Amazing day in my life. ; I fell asleep every night in Canoga Park listening to Vin Scully and Jerry Doggett on my green Admiral radio. And, my grandpa was head bartender at the Bel Air Hotel back then and was able to get box seats every week. . I had the privilege of sharing a pizza with Maury Wills in Palm Springs back in about '91 and told him some of these stories and that I switched to SS and started stealing bases in Little League because of him. He is a great guy, a good listener and seemed grateful and humble about his career. It was a great time for a kid to grow up in Southern California.

Greg (@greghao)
Greg (@greghao)

But for McCourt, it's all going to him in cash, so the fact that Cohen is putting in so much of his own money on the line matters only to MLB (or matters more to MLB).

Greg (@greghao)
Greg (@greghao)

Amusingly enough, I had this exact same thought. That Heisley has passed under the radar.

Jon#7#22
Jon#7#22

Good point on Cohen possibly being in better position to go up on his bid. It's certainly going to be interesting. Thanks for clarifying makes sense to me. And Mike's probably right!

Mike
Mike

It’s going to be pretty great when we all focus on Magic vs Cohen vs Kroenke and then Heisley trolls us all by winning the bidding.

David Milstead
David Milstead

No, it's not particularly reasonable to expect an all-cash bid, unless it's from Apple or some large corporation with a pile of cash on the balance sheet. I'm just saying that if you expect to service the debt with the cash flow of the asset you're buying (the Dodgers) and if we're going to have as much or more debt than in the last purchase, then the cash flows need to be better. And, I suppose, with a new TV deal or RSN, they will be. I hope.

Jon#7#22
Jon#7#22

Ha, good one Mike. I didn't even buy an expensive house and I've sure got a mortgage!

Jon#7#22
Jon#7#22

Anthony, I think the point that's being made about Cohen not being imminent is that MLB doesn't get to choose. McCourt gets to choose out of the four options which unless he has some other hidden agenda, will probably choose the highest bidder. The only other possible motivation would be for McCourt to somehow think he can save his image by choosing the Magic group because it would help people in LA like him better...I would think at this point he would know that it doesn't matter, but the guy has proved everyone wrong in his logic and thinking before!

Mike
Mike

David, I agree with the thought, but is it really reasonable that anyone is going to have $1.5b or more liquid and ready to go? While I do think MLB will be more careful than they were with McCourt, I don't think we'll ever see a sale that doesn't carry SOME debt. It's like buying a house. (A really, really, really expensive house.) Who among us can do so without a bank loan or mortgage?

Greg (@greghao)
Greg (@greghao)

Magic group's bid's inclusion of PE is probably not in the form of debt but probably equity (now the PE shop's money would be partly equity and partly debt) but their interest is in the RSN that would be formed. Either way, it's all going to get very convoluted and complex very quickly. Hence the quote from Forbes that I highlighted and why Cohen's bid is the preferred one by MLB.

Greg (@greghao)
Greg (@greghao)

As I mentioned above, no matter how any of the bids are structured, Frank McCourt wouldn't see any of that. Whatever bid he accepts, he will take that whole amount in cash.

Greg (@greghao)
Greg (@greghao)

Yes, you're right, $500MM of the $1.4B would be debt financing but that's debt that Cohen (actually the new holding company) would have to service, Frank McCourt would see all of that $1.4B in cash. the wrinkle here is in my parenthesis above, the entity that would hold the debt is the key here. It's going to be difficult to describe without drawing some pictures, but let me give it a try... Let's say Cohen and partners incorporates Holding Co. X, using other assets as collateral to secure $500MM of financing, Holding Co. X in turn incorporates New Dodger Owner Co.. New Dodger Owner Co. bids for the Dodgers and wins, TECHNICALLY, from MLB's perspective, there is no leverage in this scenario because New Dodger Owner Co. has actually have any debt. Myriad layers of holding companies would be used to obfuscate the true financial situation of any new ownership group.

Anthony Forkush
Anthony Forkush

What is often left out of any discussion of the new Dodgers owner, is the fact that none of this is in a vacuum. One cannot discuss the economics of this sale without the implication of the debt scandal that has rocked the game, namely, and really the most overt example being the Mets. Baseball desperately wants Steve Cohen. It simply is terrified of the prospect of a debt tsunami (Mets in Chapter 11), as well as the fact that the Dodgers will be in the position of changing the economic landscape of the game with this auction and the RSN it will undoubtedly start, one that will set the bar for all future TV contracts. This is as much about MLB's man as it is McCourts. As I have said, it is about who can provide the most pure equity up front. No one comes close to Cohen. I think it is a fait accompli

David Milstead
David Milstead

I believe, if I read Forbes right, that Cohen and all his partners combined will put in $900 million in cash (""equity) and the rest - namely $500 million - would be financed by debt. And if that was the "impressive" bid, it suggests other bids rely on significantly more than $500 million in debt. Which was where we were last time around, right? Requiring the Dodgers' ongoing operations to generate enough cash flow to service $500M+ debt? At least the new owners likely won't have hairdressers or Russian mystics on the payroll.

Jon#7#22
Jon#7#22

Good point not sure that whoever pays more cash matters at all to McCourt unless I don't understand something??

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